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Daily Dashboard | China's data privacy law impinging on research Related reading: Notes from the Asia-Pacific region, 7 Dec. 2023

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Data use and transfer restrictions within China's Personal Information Protection Law are negatively impacting international collaboration among researchers, Nature reports. "The signal has been very clear that China does not want its scientists to collaborate as freely as they used to with foreigners," said University of Kent sociologist Joy Zhang. 
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  • comment CHUA Teck Leong • May 26, 2023
    The tightening of data sharing within the legal framework of data privacy and thereby giving the restricted  perception is not uncommon.  It will take time to mature and eventually a more robust regime will prevail over reasonable use of data.  The privacy law in China is at its infant stage and will need time to gradually meet expectations.